Huawei plans to release four new variants of its flagship smartphone range this year, according to a report on Monday.
Those familiar with the plans say there’ll be a flagship P9, plus a P9lite, a larger P9max and an enhanced ‘premium’ iteration.
That as-yet-unnamed handset could feature a dual-lens 12-megapixel camera, which builds upon the tech offered by the Honor 6 Plus handset, with a host of new software features.
Interestingly, the sources claim that none of the 2016 crop will include a QHD display. That would mean the Google-branded Nexus 6 is the only Huawei handset to offer the next-generation screen resolution of 1440 x 2560.
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As for Huawei’s reluctance to launch the range at MWC, it seems the Chinese firm is hoping to avoid being lost in the shuffle during what’s likely to be a packed event.
Instead the new handsets will come “weeks” after the Barcelona expo, according to the sources. However, the company will seek to a Surface Book-like laptop hybrid, according to the report.